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Birdland Theater, 315 West 44th St, New York, NY 10036


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Birdland welcomes Edmund Bagnell to the Theater on December 12 at 8:30!

Birdland Theater is proud to announce that violinist/singer Edmund Bagnell will bring “Home For The Holidays” to the stage on Monday, December 12 at 8:30pm.

The countdown to the holidays is on, and through music and humor singer and violinist Edmund Bagnell shares his heartfelt and humorous recipe for a perfectly imperfect holiday season. Edmund will be joined on stage by musical director and pianist Mark Hartman and special guest Lisa Boccuzzi.

Edmund Bagnell is a diverse artist, having performed as an actor, violinist, singer, and 1st violinist and singer in the internationally touring string quartet Well Strung, which released three chart topping albums in the classical crossover genre and performed live three times on the “Today Show.” As an actor, Edmund was cast as Tobias Ragg during his senior year at NYU in the 1st National Tour of John Doyle’s staging of Sweeney Todd, which lead to a wide variety of acting roles in NYC and across the country. In 2019, to rave reviews he premiered and toured internationally with his solo one man show, “He Plays the Violin.” In 2020, he released his first solo album, “Christmas at Home,” which was included on several best of lists including USA Today. This past summer, Edmund debuted his second solo show, “Happy Days Are Here Again,” and in the fall he released a new EP, “The Road,” which includes the original songs The Water and The Road. Edmund has an active tour schedule that brings him across the country and internationally. Visit to learn more.


Edmund Bagnell, Mark Hartman, Lisa Boccuzzi



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Birdland Theater, 315 West 44th St, New York, NY 10036
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No kids under 5 years old

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